To celebrate Maxim’s participation at embedded world 2021 DIGITAL, we are holding a draw in which you can win one of our most interesting evaluation kits or reference design boards, specially selected by our team of expert engineers.
There are ten of each of the following boards (40 in total) available to be won. To participate, please register your details using the form opposite. When registering, use the drop-down list to select the board that you would like to win and you will be entered in the draw for that board. Please note that you can only register ONCE for this draw. Additional registrations using the same details will not be accepted and will not increase your chances of winning.
This evaluation kit demonstrates the features and benefits of the MAX77863, our complete power management IC (PMIC) for mobile devices using system-on-chip application processors. The IC includes four buck regulators, nine low dropout linear regulators, eight GPIOs, real-time clock, backup battery charger, bidirectional reset I/O, interrupt output, and a system watchdog timer.
This kit allows you to evaluate the features of the MAX77839 buck boost DC-DC converter. Designed to help extend the battery life of IoT devices, this IC combines low IQ, high efficiency and small solution size with superior load transient performance. The MAX77839 is ideal for use in 5G, GSM/NB-IoT applications.
This is a complete, IO-Link® universal analog input-output (IO) reference design that has a MAX22515 IO-Link transceiver with integrated protection. It demonstrates a fully software-configurable analog IO module using the MAX22000 industrial configurable analog IO device.
This evaluation kit demonstrates the features and benefits of the MAX17220–MAX17225 family of ultra-low quiescent current step-up DC-DC converter ICs. It features two independent circuits that operate over an input range of 400mV to 5.5V, with 0.88V typical start-up for 3kΩ load. Each circuit provides resistor-configurable output voltages from 1.8V to 5V in 100mV/step.